ELTHAM COLLEGE PAPER 2 by smoothmaths | Jun 22, 2020 | 0 comments Welcome to your ELTHAM COLLEGE PAPER 2 1. What is the difference between the largest and the smallest of the following numbers:A. 0.9B. 0.17C. 0.72D. 0.73 2. What is the smallest four-digit positive integer which has four different digits?A. 1032B. 1021C. 1234D. 1023 3. What is (999 – 99 + 9) ÷ 9 ?A. 99B. 100C. 101D. 109 4. Each block shown in this tower will have a number displayed on it. Some are already done.For each block above the bottom row, the number on it is the sum of the numbers on the two blocks it stands upon. What number should replace n?A. 6B. 10C. 11D. 13 5. The number 987 654 321 is multiplied by 9. How many times does the digit 8 occur in the result?A. 1B. 2C. 3D. 9 6. Which of the following has the same remainder when it is divided by 2 as when it is divided by 3?A. 5B. 7C. 9D. 11 7. What is the value of 19 + 99 + 19 × 99?A. 1999B. 11 701C. 13 563D. None of these 8. In this diagram, what is the value of x? A. 36B. 64C. 100D. 144 9. How many triangles of any size are there in this diagram? A. 8B. 10C. 12D. 14 10. Which of these calculations produces a multiple of 5?A. 1 + 2 × 3 + 4B. 1 × 2 + 3 × 4C. 1 + 2 × 3 × 4D. 1 × 2 × 3 × 4 11. It was reported recently that in an average lifetime of 70 years, each human is likely to swallow about 8 spiders while sleeping. Supposing that the population of the UK is around 60 million, what is the best estimate of the number of spiders that are consumed in this way in the UK each year?A. 600 000B. 7 000 000C. 80 000 000D. 900 000 000 12. Which of the following is divisible by all of the numbers from 1 to 10 inclusive?A. 34 × 45B. 45 × 56C. 56 × 27D. 67 × 78 13. Which one of these calculations is incorrect?A. 4 × 5 + 67 = 45 + 6 × 7B. 3 × 7 + 48 = 37 + 4 × 8C. 2 × 5 + 69 = 25 + 6 × 9D. 9 × 6 + 73 = 96 + 7 × 3 14. If the following fractions are arranged in increasing order of size, which one is in the smallest?A. \[\frac{1}{2}\]B. \[\frac{3}{5}\]C. \[\frac{4}{7}\]D. \[\frac{5}{9}\] 15. In the sequence which begins 2, 3, 5, 10, … each number after the second is the sum of all the previous numbers in the sequence. What is the 10th number in the sequence?A. 47B. 170C. 640D. 1280 16. Which of the following calculations is correct for the area of the shape? A. 10 × 6 + 5 × 4B. 10 × 5 + 9 × 6C. 9 × 10 – 6 × 4D. They are all correct 17. When x = 1.5 what is the value of the perimeter of this triangular area? A. 12B. 12.5C. 13D. 13.5 18. Kieran thinks of a number. He doubles it and adds 6. He then divides it by 2. The answer is 8. What was his original number?A. 5B. 11C. 20D. -2 19. Which image completes the symmetric figure using the dashed line of symmetry? A.B.C. D. Please select your answer 20. I choose three numbers from this number square, including one number from each row and one number from each column.I then multiply the three numbers together. What is the largest possible product?A. 96B. 105C. 162D. 504 21. A swimming pool has a length that is four times its width.The length and width are both multiples of 5. The perimeter is less than 150m. How many different widths could it have? Answer:%BLANK% 22. The numbers from 1 to 9 inclusive are to be placed, one number in each square, in to the shape shown below, so that the total of the three numbers in each of the four lines is the same. Which number should replace * ? Answer:%BLANK% 23. In this word sum – each letter represents a different digit. What digit does each letter represent? Answer:%BLANK% Time is Up!